How to add more memory to phone

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May 14, 2011 5:41:22 PM via Website

Ok,

let's start from the beginning...

to root your phone means you have full access to your system, but you must be careful when deleting the system apps. Means you should root your phone only when you exactly know what you are doing. Otherwise your phone can be destroyed - than you can use it as a brick only (this is what I meant with "to brick your phone")
With rooting your phone you'll also lose the warranty

I used the howto from the German Androidpit Forum, which can be found here - sorry, my English is not the best, maybe translated site via Google Translator helps.

I followed this step only to root my phone (X10i) with Flashtool version 0.2.8 and had no problems:

Activate your phone in debug mode (Settings / Applications / Development / hook for USB debugging set)
Connect your phone to your PC (SD card not mounting)
Start the flash tool and hit the top of root
Now your phone reboots and it should be rooted


The Flashtool works only with firmware 2.1 - if there is 1.6 on your phone you must update the firmware (via SEUS or via the preferences of your phone)

With my tips I am not responsible if something goes wrong - you should exactly know what you are doing and that you are doing it on your own risk.

Viele Grüße,
Andy


Samsung Galaxy Note 2 | Emotion Revolution Note II V7.5
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May 16, 2011 7:24:09 PM via App

Hi Ranger,

sorry. I cannot teach, but I can tell you how I made it with my X10

1. I rooted my phone with FlashTool (see above)
2. I downloaded and installed Partition Wizard (http://www.partitionwizard.com/download.html) in my computer
3. I inserted my 16 GB SD card into my computer and made a 2 GB partition using Partition Wizard
5. I put the Sd card back into the phone
4. I instelled Link2Sd on my phone
5. I started Link2Sd
6. I linked all apps (not the caches or libraries! ) to SD

Regards
Andy

Viele Grüße,
Andy


Samsung Galaxy Note 2 | Emotion Revolution Note II V7.5
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May 17, 2011 10:03:10 AM via App

so far I have no problems.
I moved all the big apps (games like Angry Bird but also my navi).
What you should not link to SD is your launcher and widgets (they will not work anymore) and data and caches (decreases the SD's lifetime).

Is your phone already rooted?

Viele Grüße,
Andy


Samsung Galaxy Note 2 | Emotion Revolution Note II V7.5
AndroidPIT App 2.3 | AppCenter | Regeln

May 22, 2011 6:43:54 AM via App

Andy N.
Ok,

let's start from the beginning...

to root your phone means you have full access to your system, but you must be careful when deleting the system apps. Means you should root your phone only when you exactly know what you are doing. Otherwise your phone can be destroyed - than you can use it as a brick only (this is what I meant with "to brick your phone")
With rooting your phone you'll also lose the warranty

I used the howto from the German Androidpit Forum, which can be found here - sorry, my English is not the best, maybe translated site via Google Translator helps.

I followed this step only to root my phone (X10i) with Flashtool version 0.2.8 and had no problems:

Activate your phone in debug mode (Settings / Applications / Development / hook for USB debugging set)
Connect your phone to your PC (SD card not mounting)
Start the flash tool and hit the top of root
Now your phone reboots and it should be rooted


The Flashtool works only with firmware 2.1 - if there is 1.6 on your phone you must update the firmware (via SEUS or via the preferences of your phone)

With my tips I am not responsible if something goes wrong - you should exactly know what you are doing and that you are doing it on your own risk.